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Balliol College in association with the University of Oxford


The College hopes to elect a suitably qualified applicant to a tutorial Fellowship in English Language and Literature, to be held in conjunction with a CUF Lectureship in the Faculty of English at the University of Oxford. The appointment will begin from 1 October 2002, or as soon as convenient thereafter.

Applicants should be prepared to give tutorials in English Literature in the period from 1780 to the present day and will be responsible for organizing specialist external teaching within the same period. It would also be an advantage if candidates are able to give tutorials in the period 1600-1780, although this is not a requirement for the post. Candidates will also be required to contribute to lecturing, examining, and graduate supervision for the Faculty of English within the period 1780 to the present day, and to carry out advanced research.

The joint salary for the post will be on an age-related scale up to a maximum of £41,570. Substantial housing allowances are available for the first six years of a Fellow's appointment; Balliol also operates a Joint Equity Scheme to assist Fellows in the purchase of a house. A College research allowance of £785 is available to cover research expenditure and Fellows may also draw on a hospitality allowance for the entertainment of students. USS benefits and BUPA are offered. Further particulars (including details of how to apply) may be obtained from the College Secretary, Balliol College, Oxford, OX1 3BJ, to whom applications should be sent by 22 February 2002. Each application should specify the names and addresses of three referees who should be asked to send references directly to the College Secretary by the closing date.

Balliol College and the University of Oxford are equal opportunity employers.

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Cambridge University Reporter, 30 January 2002
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